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The 2021 Inland Rail Conference is about a month away, so make sure you secure your place.
This is an essential event for anyone working in the rail freight sector, construction or rail suppliers, providing you with the latest information on the project’s progress and the opportunities to be part of its future.
The event is to be held at Albury-Wodonga from Tuesday 25 May until Thursday 27 May.
The 2021 Inland Rail Conference will focus on the theme Connecting Region and Building Australia. It is to explore how the Inland Rail project, a nationally significant 1700km infrastructure rail line, is transforming the movement of freight in Australia.
Join more than 400 rail industry and supply chain leaders, operators, customers, ports representatives and regional community leaders at the conference.
The event is being organised by the Australasian Railway Association and the Australian Logistics Council.
“This year, we explore what this landmark project means for the freight industry and the benefits it will deliver for national freight customers. We will explore how Inland Rail plays its part in boosting the economy and future-proofing Australia’s supply chain,” a statement from organisers read.
“With an outstanding program and speaker line-up, we hope you will be able to take part in this important gathering of industry leaders. We look forward to welcoming you to Albury Wodonga.”
This article first appeared on railexpress.com.au
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